Introduced by Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the United Farm Workers. The film is in Spanish, with Spanish narration and subtitles. This riveting films brings alive the history of the struggle for women's reproductive rights in the US and the chilling facts about the current threat to those rights. Intimate interviews reveal the passion of people who moved abortion from the danger of the back alleys to a safe, legal choice.
All public, educational, and government access television stations (PEG) and community media stations have permission to broadcast this film and any of Dorothy Fadiman's other films.
November 28, 2012 Subject:
Latina Women Need to Know
The Latina community is all too often underpaid, underinsured, and under cared for. Thank you to Dorothy for making this film accessible to the Latina community. It is much needed in their fight for equal rights and equal access to resources.
Producers: Dorothy Fadiman, Katie Peterson
Videographers: Daniel Meyers, Blake McHugh
Production Team: Beth Seltzer, Kristin Atwell, Danielle Renfrew, Mika Ferris, Matthew Luotto
Music: Erika Luckett
Produced with KTEH-TV (PBS)
Spanish Language version
Introduction by Dolores Huerta, co-founder of the United Farm Workers Union